So, turn that volume up and listen to the sounds of falcons living in urban habitat!
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:) In other news, 41/AX has been incubating her three eggs. With NO opposition to our presence, we were a bit taken back by their passive behavior. The first was laid on April 19, the day after we get the camera back online after being offline for several days. We are working with our online streaming partner to get both feeds and sound online this week.
The last egg was laid on April 24, which puts the hatch date around May 25. Typically peregrine falcons always defend their eyrie (nest), especially when they are in the breeding season. On Friday, April 7, I accompanied Ben Wurst to the rooftop to fix the outside camera.
At around pm on Saturday the nest was visited by Cathy M.
from The Raptor Trust and Mike G., longtime peregrine watcher & project volunteer.
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They also removed the remaining eggs that are well past due and are non-viable.
We appreciate the expert exam and the resulting thumbs up!
We're also watching carefully for signs of trichomoniasis, which is a disease carried by pigeons, a main prey item of urban nesting peregrines. Viewers have noticed that she has been a bit anxious, by moving her clutch of eggs around the nestbox, which shows that her eggs were starting to hatch.
If signs of the disease are present, then we will make the trip to 101 Hudson St. While there we would also collect the two unhatched eggs for future contaminant analysis. Some even reported hearing the young peep while still in the egg, all thanks to the amazing sound that we have here!
As I walked past her to check other areas of the roof, she stayed perched for the most part.